Wacom Technology Corporation sign&save | mobile

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sign&save | mobile combines the compact STU-300 signature tablet with Wacom’s sign | pro PDF software to provide users with a convenient, easy way to capture binding electronic signatures into documents. sign&save | mobile Capture legally binding electronic handwritten signatures and integrate them into PDF documents. And create a paperless workflow that increases business efficiency. Wacom makes it simple and easy with sign&save | mobile. The sign&save | mobile bundle merges Wacom’s sign | pro PDF software with its STU-300 signature tablet into an integrated signature solution. The sign | pro PDF software is easy to install and can be loaded on any Windows®-based PC*. Create PDF documents from any application and capture electronic signatures into the document. Executing contracts and authorizing agreements is quick and efficient. And because the process is all electronic, it eliminates the need to create, scan, or store paper documents. With the STU-300, sign&save | mobile is targeted for mobile users. Its small footprint makes it easy to store in a laptop bag. The integrated pen holder keeps the pen secured to the tablet when in transit. These additional features of the STU-300 that make it a great fit for business applications: Pens are cordless, battery-free. Virtually no maintenance and the tablet is not dependent on a pen cord to operate. Wacom’s patented EMR technology. Performance is not impacted by scratches to the signing surface. Pressure sensitive pen. Allows the software to capture pen tip pressure during the signature as part of the biometric profile. Hardened glass surface. Resists scratching and wear. So how does sign&save work? It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3
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  Wacom Technology Corporation
Product Category Handheld and Portable Computers
Product Number sign&save | mobile
Device Type Tablet
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